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Author Topic: Backup-driver to save queue  (Read 1497 times)


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Backup-driver to save queue
« on: September 12, 2016, 06:11:54 PM »

Hello Laurant,

I am still working on JPPF. The last two days there came up a question and I was searching for answers in the forum but sadly I did not found what I was searching for.
So I hope to get any interessting and helpful information from you to solve the following topic.

The architecture contains 2 driver on different stations and some nodes in the network.
I wish to connect all nodes to one driver and use the second one as a backup to catch nodes and the queue if the other driver's connection is broken.
A point which might be difficult in that case is that nearly all jobs are running without a connection to the client which submitted them.

To catch up the nodes is the way like it is implemented in the sample InitializationHook and it does what I want it to do.
To backup the queue on the primary server I tried to use a peer-connection between the drivers. It seems that this only works if the client is still running.

Do you have any idea how to solve this problem and transfer the queue in case of a collapsed primary driver to the secondary one?
Could it be that there is already an implemented way to achieve this?

Thank you very much for your ideas, tipps and helping solutions during the last weeks!

Kind regards
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